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Natasha has been working as a Soft Tissue Therapist at LCDS since 2019 and this year was warmly welcomed as a faculty member, lecturing in wellness and the importance of soft tissue health to first year BA students.​

It was during her dance degree that Natasha was initially introduced to massage and it has remained the constant in her life. It has allowed her to continue to explore movement, develop strength and transfer her knowledge of anatomy and bio-mechanics when helping to assist in providing the best possible practice treatment to her clients.

She aims to help her students learn more about their own pro-prioception and delve deeper into understanding their own anatomy along with the natural rhythms of the body.

Natasha recently completed a MA Professional Practice in Somatic Studies from Middlesex University. Her research focused on the importance of implementing somatic practices into vocational dance training and this continues to inform her work both in and out of the studio today at LCDS.